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On social media in Lake Worth recently there’s been content about “Precautionary” and other kinds of notices (see image below) concerning the water supply that comes from the water plant in the City of Lake Worth, through pipes (many which need to be replaced), and then into your home and out of the tap.
Some have been asking questions and raising concerns about what is happening, vis-à-vis the noticeable increase in notices from the City. It’s important to note likely every question one has can be found with just a quick search: type the words, “boil water” into the search bar at the top of the City’s website.
Going forward there are going to be a whole lot more notices when major projects begin to fix all the water lines and infrastructure in this City.
From the City’s website, when this infrastructure project is complete, you will have:
- Better water pressure.
- Clear and better tasting water.
- Fewer boil water notices.
- Reduced maintenance costs for the City.
|Below is more information on the City’s website: “Lake Worth Water Utilities, At Your Fingertips”:|
Introducing Lake Worth Water. . .
“Lake Worth has embarked on an ambitious Capital Improvements Project that will replace many of the water pipes which were installed in Lake Worth 50–60 years ago. The project will span six years. Replacing the severely corroded water pipes will provide better water pressure to customers and require little maintenance by city workers.”
Need more information? Here’s another link to the City’s website.
Sometimes the best source for information is your very own “official” City of Lake Worth.